Reach a Reader supports literacy

Reach a Reader supports literacy

Tomorrow (Thursday) volunteers will be selling the Tribune by donation at various locations in support of the Reach a Reader Day.

  • Jan. 23, 2013 2:00 p.m.

Tomorrow (Thursday) volunteers will be selling the Tribune by donation at various locations in support of the Reach a Reader Day, the Cariboo-Chilcotin Partners for Literacy’s major fundraiser of the year. This year donations will buy new books for the Bright Red Bookshelf.

CCPL provides more than 250 books each month free to children living in Williams Lake and area.  Please come out and buy a paper and support this fun and worthwhile event.  Read on for more information about partners for literacy.

Morgan Bunce (left) and Victoria Booth (back left) have some fun showing their puppets to Amina Bird (right), 5, and Piper Kosolofski, 4, during the Literacy Week kickoff at the Williams Lake Library Saturday.

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